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Risk Management For The Heart

Risk Management for the heart

I have recently found myself with the unpleasant task of dealing with matters of Life and Death while filling in forms for life insurance and funeral policies, I kept running…

PrEPped In The (Sh)City

PrEPped in the (Sh)City

My name is Cadenza Jones and four years ago I decided to pack up my life and relocate to the Gay Mecca of Southern Africa. Fresh off the N1 from…

Going Solo: Useful Tips On HIV Self-Testing

Going Solo: Useful Tips on HIV Self-Testing

What exactly is an HIV home-test? There are two types of HIV self-testing kits currently available. The one test requires a simple pinprick of blood and the other version is…

Celebrating Black Queer Love

Celebrating Black Queer Love

Gay love stories highlighted by both straight and LGBTQ media people hardly ever show images of gay black couples. When one looks in the media, you never see any posts…

The Bear Necessities

The Bear Necessities

If you go down to the woods today, you better know what it takes to charm the bears. Bears have become one of the fastest growing gay subcultures globally, and…

The Unapologetic Pansy

The Unapologetic Pansy

Man the fuck up! How many times have you heard those words said out loud to you? Grow a pair of balls! Be a man, for crying out loud!  Must…

YOU’RE NOT ALONE

SEX IS MEANT TO BE FUN, NOT SCARY. WE’RE HERE TO IMPROVE YOUR SEXUAL LIFE, HEALTH AND ENSURE YOU ARE SAFE AND RESPONSIBLE ALONG THE WAY.

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The what's, how's and when's of getting tested

We recommend that all men who fuck men get tested for HIV and other STIs at least once every six months (and more frequently if you find yourself in a riskier position).

If there is even the slightest chance you may have been exposed to HIV (the condom broke or you didn’t manage to use one) we recommend you get your arse to a healthcare provider within 72 hours from exposure and ask for an emergency PEP kit.

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PrEPped In The (Sh)City

PrEPped in the (Sh)City

My name is Cadenza Jones and four years ago I decided to pack up my life and relocate to the Gay Mecca of Southern Africa. Fresh off the N1 from…

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